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LIBRARY OF THE 

John G. Johnson Collection 

CITY OF PHILADELPHIA 



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CATALOGUE 



OF 



PICTURES BY OLD MASTERS 



AND A FEW 



DRAWINGS 



THE PROPERTY OF 



THOMAS WATSON JACKSON, ESQ. 

DECEASED 

Late of Worcester College, and 8 Bradmore Road, Oxford 

(Sold by Order of the Executor) 



ALSO 

OLD PICTURES & DRAWINGS 

From numerous Private Collections and 
different sources 



WHICH 

Will be Soto by Unction by 

MESSRS. CHRISTIE, MANSON & WOODS 

AT THEIR GREAT ROOMS 

•j i 8 KING STREET, ST. JAMES'S SQUARE 

i; * LONDON 

On FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1915 

AT ONE O'CLOCK PRECISELY 
^\s+e/A 

May be viewed Three Days preceding, and Catalogues had, 
at Messrs. Christie, Man son and Woods' Offices, 8 King Street, 
St. James s Square, London, S. W. 



LIBRARY OF THE 

John G. Johnson Collection 

CITY OF PHILADELPHIA 



CONDITIONS OF SALE. 



I.jTHE highest Bidder to be the Buyer; and if any dispute arise 
between two or more Bidders, the Lot so in dispute shall be 
immediately put up again and re-sold. 

II. No person to advance less than Is. ; above Five Pounds, 5s. ; and 
so on in proportion. 

III. In the case of Lots upon which there is a reserve, the Auctioneer 

shall have the right to bid on behalf of the Seller. 

IV. The Purchasers to give in their Names and Places of Abode, 

and to pay down 5s. in the Pound, or more, in part of payment, 
or the whole of the Purchase- Money, if required ; in default 
of which, the Lot or Lots so purchased to be immediately put 
up again and re-sold. 

V. The Lots to be taken away and paid for, whether genuine and 
authentic or not, with all faults and errors of description, at 
the Buyer's expense and risk, within Two Days from the Sale ; 
Messrs. Christie, Manson and Woods not being responsible 
for the correct description, genuineness, or authenticity of, 
or any fault or defect in, any Lot, and making no warranty 
whatever. 

VI. To prevent inaccuracy in delivery, and inconvenience in the 
settlement of the Purchases, no Lot can on any account be 
removed during bhe time of Sale ; and the remainder of the 
Purchase- Money must absolutely be paid on the delivery. 

VII. Upon failure of complying with the above Conditions, the Money 
deposited in part of payment shall be forfeited ; all Lots un- 
cleared within the time aforesaid shall be re-sold by public or 
private Sale, and the deficiency (if any) attending such re-sale 
shall be made good by the defaulter at this Sale. 



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CATALOGUE. 

On FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1915 

AT ONE O'CLOCK PRECISELY. 



The following are Sold by Order of the Executor 
of T ROM AH WATSON JACKSON, Esq., 
deceased, late of Worcester College, and 8 Brad- 
more Road, Oxford. 

DRAWINGS. 



■)J l 1 Ben Nevis, and The Caledonian Canal, 1849 

' 16| in. by 23J in. 



SIR E. BUENB-JONBS. 

2 A Study of a Female Head — -pencil 

9 in. by 6 \ in. 

H. GOODWIN. 

3 A Quiet Corner : Lee 

13 in. by 19 \ in. 

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ITALIAN SCHOOL. 

4 A Man, holding a book — black and red chalk ; and The 

Guardian Angel, by J. Flaxman, R.A., 1790 — sepia 2. 

G. B. LUSIER, 1786. 

5 A View of Terracina, with the Pontine Palace 

20 in. bv 26 h in. 



P. J. NAFTEL, 1850. 

/ ^y 6 On the Road to Pontoni, near Amalfi 

/ 19 J in. by 13 J in. 

From the Artist's Sale, 1892 



AMBROSE POYNTER. 

7 The Ruins of the Old Savoy Palace, before the demoli- 

tion of the approaches to Waterloo Bridge 
14 in. by 19J in. 

J. RUSKIN. 

8 A Cathedral Spire : Rouen 

19 in. by 12 in. 

SIMEON SOLOMON, 1874. 

9 Head of a Lady — pencil 

11 \ in. by 8j in. 



J. M. W. TURNER, R.A. 

f—fl-6> 10 ^ HE F IFTH Plague — Indian ink heightened with white 

7 in. by 10 in. 



PICTURES. 



/3-7L-/ 11 Portrait of Admiral John Benbow, in armour, with white 
lace cravat; and Sigismunda — on panel. In gilt frame 
carved with scrolls 2 

7_-j_„ 12 Portrait of Lucius Cary, Viscount Falkland, in black 
' slashed dress {with white ruff — on panel; and Portrait 

of Algernon Sidney, in red tunic and breast-plate. In 
an oval 2 

I L~l L -** 13 Portrait of Maria Theresa, in black dress and black lace 
head-dress ; and Head of a Lady, with white dress — 
unframed 2 

/ / / 14 Portrait of a Gentleman, in dark dress and cap, holding 
his gloves 

Oyi panel, a roundel — 3 J in. diam. 
From the Collection of Sir William Richard Drake, 
F.S.A., 1891 



A. VAN BOONEN. 

^ •£_ _o 15 Portrait of a Cavalier, in buff tunic and breast-plate, with 
brown cap. In a sculptured oval 
8]- in. by 6 J in. 



F. COTES, E.A. 

6-/6 -b 16 Portrait of a Youth, in brown coat and vest, with white 
kerchief : window background 
22 in. by 18| in. 



SCHOOL OF OEANAOH. 

/2_~ /7^ — v 17 The Virgin and Child 

The Virgin, in green dress and crimson cloak, seated 
on a cushion, holding the Infant Saviour ; landscape back- 
ground 

On panel — 25J in. by 18J in. 



EAELY ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

/ 3 / _ <fz- vj 18 Portrait op a Lady, in white muslin dress, holding a paint- 
brush ; a gentleman, in brown coat, behind 
29 1 in. by 24J in. 

EAELY ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

7 - ~~) -~ ^ 19 Portrait of a Gentleman, in dark dress, standing in a 
landscape, holding his hat and stick 
34 in. by 23 in. 

EAELY GEEMAN SCHOOL. 

/ <£ _/ (j — v 20 The Virgin and Child adored by a Bishop 

The Virgin is seen with the Infant Saviour seated on 

a cushion, with a Bishop, in white gown, in adoration ; 

the courtyard of a monastery in the background 
On panel — 14 in. by 9 J in. 

SCHOOL OF JAMESONE. 

(t ^fu_6 21 Portrait of a Gentleman, in black figured dress, with 
white lace collar and cuffs, holding a staff. In an oval 
On panel — 36J in. by 26J in. 



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KISLING, 1798. 

22 Portrait of the Dauphin, in blue dress. In an oval ; and 
Portrait of Dr. Bryce, in grey dress, reading a book 2 



COENEILLE DE LYON. 

n~f^~o 23 Portrait of a Gentleman (Cardinal de Ohatellon ?), in 
black dress with small white frills and black hat 
On panel, a roundel — 4f in. diam. 
From the Collection of Sir William Bichard Drake > 

F.S.A., 1891 
Exhibited at the Burlington Fine Arts Club 

MOLENAEK. 

7 _,-}__ 24 A Frozen Eiver Scene, with buildings, and numerous 
' figures and sledges ; and An Interior, with two boors 

conversing 2 

On -panel 

PALAMEDES. 
S~~~ 1 5~- Co 25 Portrait of a Cavalier, in buff doublet with slashed 
sleeves, standing on a terrace holding a baton in his right 
hand 

22} in. by 15 in. 

SIE J. BEYNOLDS, P.R.A. (After). 
c#_ii._o 26 Hope Nursing Love 

49J in. by 39} in. 

J. RILEY. 
1 £ - f fr- ° 27 Portrait of the Earl of Shaftesbury, in buff coat and 
flowing hair. In a sculptured oval 
29 in. by 24 in. 

ROBERT. 
L|. -y_- o 28 A Classical Bay Scene, with buildings and figures 
25 \ in. by 31 in. 

J. VAN STREEK. 
I (g _. / _! _ o 29 A Blue and White Dish of Fruit, and other objects of 
still life on a slab 
20J in. by 15} in. 



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THE MASTEE OF THE UTEECHT ADOEATION. 

>/ _ -, 30 The Crucifixion 

At the foot of the Cross kneels the Magdalen, in rich 
dress ; on the right stands the Virgin, lamenting, while 
opposite is Saint John ; a hilly landscape with buildings in 
the background 

On panel, arched top — 27 in. by 17^ in. 

VAN DYCK SCHOOL. 

^-- ^ — o 31 Portrait op Don Carlos, in black dress, with white ruff 

21J in. by 16 in. 

JAN WYCK. 

S~"-^ $T— » 32 A General with his Staff, directing his army in battle 

22 in. by 56 \ in. 



ITALIAN SCHOOL. 

Two interesting articles by Tancred Borenius, with 
Illustrations of several of the following Pictures, 
appear in the " Burlington Magazine "for April, 
and for the present month. 

/^_/t^-u 33 Saint Stephen, holding a book and the Martyr's palm 

Arched fo^— 30J in. by 13^ in. 



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__ a - o 34 Head of Giovanni Bellini, with black cap — on panel ; and 
Head of a Franciscan Monk — on copper 2 

From the Collection of Sir William Richard Drake, 
F.S.A., 1891 



/S~~/S~-o 35 Saint John 

In red cloak over a green dress 
On panel — 15 in. by 7 in. 



AMBEOGIO. 

'£_./£.-/ ^6 Saint Paul ; and Saint Anthony — a pair of small cusps 2 

On panel — 7 in. by 7 J m. 
.From £/ie Collection of J. A. Bamboux 



SPINELLO AEETINO. 



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37 Saint Benedict and Saint Lucilla — the right wing of an 
altar-piece 

Saint Benedict, in red figured robe, showing a striped 
green lining, over the habit of his Order, stands holding a 
crosier in his right hand and a book in his left ; beside him 
is Saint Lucilla, in mauve figured cloak over a silken gown, 
holding the Emblems of her Martyrdom ; in a quatrefoil 
compartment above Daniel is seen holding a scroll 

On the bottom of the frame is inscribed the name of the 
gilder " Gabriellus Saraceni de Senis auravit 
mccclxxxv " 
On panel — 55 in. by 34 in. 

This, and the tivo following lots, form part of the large 
altar-piece painted for the Convent of Monte Oliveto 
Maggiore, near Siena 
From the Collection of J. A. Bamboux 
Mentioned in Crowe and Cavalcaselles " Painting in 
Italy," vol. ii, pp. 11-12 



SPINELLO AEETINO. 

38 The Death of Saint Benedict, and The Martyrdom of 
Saint Lucilla— a predilla 

In the first compartment, the Saint lies on his bed, 
attended by his lamenting Brethren ; in the second, Saint 
Lucilla is being beheaded, Saint Nemesius, the father of 
the Saint, looks on, his hands tied behind him ; between 
these panels is the figure of Saint Augustin 

On panel — 13f in. by 30J in. 

For the provenance of this, see Lot 37 

(m 14) B 



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SPINELLO AEETINO. 

J<lx KA f^^^ 39 A Saint, in brown and mauve gowns, holding a book 

On panel, arched top — 13J in. by 3 in. 
For the provenance of this, see Lot 37 

SCHOOL OF SANDEO BOTTICELLI. 

/ V S~~ — — 40 The Madonna and Child 

The Virgin, in red and green robes, before a semi- 
circular archway, supports the Infant Saviour, Who holds 
a pomegranate in His left hand 
On panel — 25 \ in. by 16 \ in. 

FLOEENTINE SCHOOL. 

Sq ~ I $~ o 41 The Madonna and Child, with the Infant Saint John 
/ On panel, arched top — 27 in. by 17f in. 

FLOEENTINE SCHOOL. 

/ 3 _ / 3 - c? 42 The Madonna and Child, enthroned with Saints 

The Virgin, seated, holding the Infant Saviour, with 
Saint Anthony, John the Baptist, Saint Lawrence, and 
Saint Francis ; above is seen the Almighty 
On panel, arched top — 24 in. by 14 in. 

SCHOOL OF AGNOLO GADDI. 

2^$T— 9- - ° 43 The Two Wings of a Triptych 

In the upper compartments are seen the Virgin and 
the Angel of the Annunciation ; below, The Crucifixion, 
with the Virgin and Saint John and Saint Christopher 

On panel, arched top — 34 in. by 19 in. each 

GUIDO. 

b-l b -L> 44 The Infant Saviour, asleep on the Cross ; and A Man 
holding a Sketch, after Carlo Dolci 2 



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GUIDOCCIO. 

S~^~ S~"~ ° 15 The Madonna and Child, enthroned, with Saint Peter and 
Saint Paul — from the Collection of J. A.Bamboux; and 
Head of the Virgin, attributed to B. da Fiorentino 2 
On panel 



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PIETEO PAOLO DA IMOLA. 

/ -) - L 16 Christ at the Column 
' Signed in full on a cartellino at the top 

On panel — 2H in. by 15 J in. 



SIMOXE DA MAETINO. 

//_//_ o ^7 Saint Peter 

Half-length figure of the Saint, holding the keys and a 
book 

Arched top — 15 J in. by 8 \ in. 

From the Collection of J. A. Ramboux 



JACOPO DEL SELLAIO. 

/2^0 -/5~^° ^8 The Judgment of Paris 

The young shepherd sits on a rock tending his flocks, 
and is seen giving the Golden Apple to Venus, who stands 
before him robed in white muslin ; with her stand Juno 
and Minerva similarly attired ; in the background a hilly 
lake scene, with the ship departing 
On panel — 17 in. by 15 in. 



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SIENESE SCHOOL. 
49 A Pieta 

The Virgin, in red and blue dress, with the dead Christ ; 
above are seen two Angels 
On panel — 22j in. by 16 in. 

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J. SIGNOEINI. 

2^ -/*_-£ 50 Views of Florence — two in one frame 

7f in. by 20J in. each 

From the Collection of Sir William Bichard Drake, 
F.S.A., 1891 



ZANOBI DI BENEDETTO STROZZL 
3 — u 51 The Crucifixion 

At the foot of the Cross kneels the Magdalen, in 
crimson dress, while on either side stand the Virgin and 
Saint John in prayer ; a river with boats in the back- 
ground 

On panel — 16| in. by 11J in. 



D. DA VOLTERRA. 

$~U if~— o 52 The Fall of Lucifer — in grisaille 

15 in. by 13J in. 



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DIFFERENT PROPERTIES. 

DRAWINGS. 

T. HEAPHY, 1805. 

2_-/z,~6 53 Poktrait of a Gentleman, standing on a terrace, holding 
a paper in his right hand ; before him is a table with 
writing materials 
22 in. by 16J in. 

SIR T. LAWRENCE, P.R.A., 1791. 

/g_/<a-u 54 Portrait of Lucy Meredith, a relative of the Artist, 
seated — pencil 

Oval — 8J in. by 6J in. 

G. ROMNEY (After). 

3_5~_o 55 Miss Warren, by Lady Elizabeth Waldegrave ; Miss 
Johnson, after Sir J. Reynolds, P.R.A. ; and A Girl 
with a Dog, after the Same S 



PICTURES. 

JACOBSZ. 
/u- io-o 56 Head of a Gentleman, with white ruff; and Head of a 
Lady, with lace head-dress and white ruff — a pair 2 

10J in. by 1\ in. 

A VAN OSTADE. 
y 3_ t v _ o 57 a Peasant Reading 

On panel — 8J in. by 7 J in. 



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GAINSBOEOUGH. 

'u'L. -t — o 58 Portrait oe Mr. Ffolkes, in blue dress, walking in a land- 
scape; and Portrait of Mrs. Ffolkes, in pink and 
white dress, standing on a terrace — a pair 2 

18J in. by 13| in. 

A. BEGEYN. 
-^ _ -* ___ >o 59 A Harbour Scene, with cavaliers and ladies on a quay 



;9 in. by 61 in. 



EEYNOLDS SCHOOL. 



/#-/?- u 60 Sterne's Maria 

82 in. by 46± in. 



P. NASMYTH. 
/ L 9- - — 61 Greenwich from the Park 



26J in. by 35| m. 

P. LONGHI. 



»*,_ (^ __ o 62 The Doctor's Visit 

18J t«. by 14f m. 



ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

<C - (j - u 63 Portrait of a Gentleman, in black dress, with a book 

351 in. by 27A- m. 

G. B. TIEPOLO. 
C - / v - e> 64 The Adoration of the Shepherds ; and The Descent 
from the Cross — a pair 2 

Circular — 8J in. diam. 



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G. B. TIEPOLO. 



^_y-n_^ 65 The Ascension 

' A design for a ceiling in a quatrefoil panel 



18J in. by 12J in. 



W. VAN DE VELDE. 

2_ ^ - f~- o 66 Two Fishing-Boats in a Light Beeeze ; sailing-vessels on 
the left 

On panel — 11^ in. by 14J in. 



C. D. HEEM. . 

to- / Ij -i 67 Fruit and Lobster on a Table 

On panel — 1\ in. by 9J in. 

BAPTISTE. 

/^_-/^-- vJ 68 A Garland of Flowers, with Cupids sporting 
38| in. by 49J t». 



HALS SCHOOL. 

J~_ j v - ^, ^ 69 A Man, in black dress, holding a bag 

32 in. by 26 in. 

OPIE. 
^_ /j>— _ 6 70 Youth and Age 

35 in. by 28 in. 

EEMBEANDT SCHOOL. 

3 - 3 - u 71 Head of an Old Man, with turban ; and Head of an Old 
Man, with black cap — a pair 2 

On panel — 9 in. by 7 in. 



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COENELIUS DE BYGK. 
72 Poultry and Pigeons 
3H in. by 25 j in. 



VENETIAN SCHOOL. 
//_/^_t? 73 Portrait of a Gentleman, in dark dress with small white 
collar, holding a letter, with a lady, in rich dress, holding 
a book and a handkerchief 
42J in. by 33-J in. 



S. BORRETT. 

j £-— / fr—o 74 Portrait of a Gentleman of the Willoughby D'Eresby 

Family, in brown coat and vest, holding a paper; and 

Portrait of his Wife, in white muslin dress with lace 

frills, holding a shuttle — a pair 2 

29 in. by 24 in. 



H. SEEIN. 

(5TZ /5~ g 75 Portrait of John Wybo, Procurator- General of Holland, in 
black gown with white bands ; and Portrait of his 
Wife, in green dress — a pair 2 

33f in. by 26J in. 



HONDEGOETEE. 

£_ £*-— O 76 A Dog, Dead Birds and Boar's Head, in a landscape 
58J in. by 47J in. 



PEDEO DE GASTEO. 
^^)l>~(o 77 Still Life 

On panel — 25£ in. by 19 in. 



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G. DAWE, R.A. 
^__ A2_- 6 ^8 Napoleon I., standing in a landscape; a sentry before a tent 
in the background 
13 in. by 10 -\ in. 

T. GAINSBOROUGH, R.A. (After). 

3 - f"3 -C "^ Portrait of the Duchess of Sheffield 

62 in. by 44 J in. 

B. DENSER. 
-=»_ #3 _ / 80 Portrait of an Old Man, resting his hands upon a stick; 
and Portrait of his Wife, with an open book — a pair 2 
29 in. by 24 \ in. 

J. JACKSON, R.A. 
•^ _ / t_ _ ^ 81 Portrait of a Divine, in black gown with white bands,, 
holding a book in his right hand 
29 in. by 24i in. 



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A. PALAMEDES. 

y 82 An Interior, with cavaliers and ladies merry-making ; and 
The Interior of a Guard-room — a pair 2 

On panel — 13 in. by 16| in. 



MARTIN RYCKAERT. 

I fr- I ft— o 83 A Rocky River Scene, with the Flight into Egypt in the 
foreground ; a town in the middle distance 
On panel — 16 in. by 24i in. 



ZUCCHERO SCHOOL. 

— q — O 84 Portrait of a Gentleman, in dark dress, with white ruff ; 
and Elizabeth and the Angel, by J. de Witt 2. 

On panel 



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JANSSENS 

/ 2_ -/ 2L, - o 85 Portrait of a Lady, in yellow dress trimmed with white lace 

On panel — 15^ in. by 12J in. 

GAINSBOEOUGH. 

^_ <£ _u 86 Portrait of a Gentleman, in blue coat, with white stock. 
In an oval 

29J in. by 24J in. 

J. M. MOLENAEB. 
/ / — o - C? 87 A Village Merry-making 

38A- m. by 51 in. 

DUTCH SCHOOL. 

•^ _ . ^__ (^ 88 An Interior, with a peasant near a barrel, cutting a fish 

On panel — 15 J in. by 12^ in. 



J. C. JANSEN. 

S~~~ S~^ " 89 An Interior, with two peasant-women conversing 

On panel — 18J in. by 13-J- in. 



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DOMENICO BECCAFUMI. 

90 The Madonna, in red dress and green cloak, with the Infant 
Saviour and Saint John 

On panel — 32 \ in. by 25J in. 



A. BEEUGHEL (Bomb), 1670. 

/ U- / u - 91 Vases of Flowers — a pair 

On panel — 21 in. by 13 J in. 



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F. FRANCES. 
/&~t&-0 92 The Finding of Moses; and Rebecca at the Well — 
a pair 2 

On panel — 13 in. by 11 in. 

EARLY ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

Lfjg _ 6 - o 93 Poeteait of Miss Ticknee, of Guildford, in white muslin 
frock, seated in a landscape, holding a goldfinch; and 
Poeteait of Mastee Ticknee, in red dress, standing in 
a landscape, holding a spade ; a dog by his side 
491 in. by 39J in. 



P. BOEL. 
£ _ / i - L 94 Still Life 

29J in. by 24J in. 



P. J. DE LOUTHERBOURGH, R.A., 1803. 

y 7 _ o 95 Mes. Siddons and Edmund Kean, in the " Friar " 

20J in. by 18 in. 



C. PHILIPS. 

y y_o 96 Poeteait of Feancis Hayman, seated at ,work before an 
easel 

19J in. by 15J in. 

VAN DER NEER. 
/ o - / — c 97 A Rivee Scene, with sailing boats : Moonlight 
On panel — 10J in. by 14J m. 



HAYMAN. 

J? - 3 - o 98 Poeteait of Judge Addison, in brown coat and black vest. 
In an oval 

29J in. by 24J in. 



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SORGH. 

3" - y 3 - 6 99 An Interior, with a peasant family at a repast ; numerous 
culinary utensils on the right 
On panel — 17f in. by 24 J m. 



J. SCARLETT DAVIES. 

6 — f b-4) 100 Old Comrades at Greenwich 

21 m. by 31 in. 



A. VAN DER VENNE. 

<f _ | ^__ £ 101 CORIOLANUS AND VOLUMNIA 

On panel — 23 h in. by 31 J m. 



JAN DUCK. 

l Guard-room, 
On panel — 12J m. by 16| in. 



^-f^h- ** 102 The Interior of a Guard-room, with figures 



W. PETER (Rome), 1818. 

~? - "3 - o 103 Turkeys and Pigeons in a Shed 

37| m. by 51 in. 



JAN BYLAERT.' 



(j, 104 Lovers 

37f m. by 47 w. 



JAN VAN VELDE, 1649. 

/$Z~ / S~l. ^ 105 A Glass of Wine, and a Lemon, on a table 

On panel — 12 in. by 10 in. 



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D. VAN DELEN. 



2_Z_-/_ vj 106 The Interiok of a Cathedral, with an ecclesiastic, 
cavaliers and ladies at a side-altar, by H. Janssens 
Unframed — 57 in. by 67 in. 



JAN VAN HUYSUM. 

Is* / - / u ~ 107 Flowers in a Sculptured Vase, on a stone pedestal 

Arched top — 57 in. by 41 in. 



L. J. WOOD. 
q~.( o _ / 108 Rouen Cathedral 
' ' 68 in. by 53i in. 



RIBERA. 
Z- Z -.0 109 A Saint 

45 J m. by 37 m. 

B. BARKER. 

£,-> ^-^ 110 A Landscape, with travelling peasants and animals 

19^ in. by 26J in. 



FRAGONARD. 

6 - / - ° 111 A Peasant-Boy holding a Stick 

16J in. by 13J m. 



WARD. 

/ / ~~ ft —^ 112 A Lady, in white dress and black shawl, seated in a land* 
scape 

18f in. by 16J in. 



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BOGDANI. 
^^-'Z-.^oil3 Flowers and Fruit in a Vase 



481 in. by 39J in. 



HUDSON. 

^^f^fH-^ 114 Portrait of a Lady, in brown dress with blue cloak,, 
seated, holding a book 
49J i n , by 39J in. 

EOBEET. 
5~Z--»o-c> -QQ Classical Landscapes, with buildings and figures — a pair 

171 in. by 27 J m. 2 

C. EYEBUX. 

O -.t/C ^ C 116 The Holy Family. In a sculptural oval surrounded by a 
festoon of flowers 
28 in. by 22J in. 



L. VAN UDEN. 

£ _ 6 - w 117 A Woody Landscape, with cattle and figures before a 

mansion 

26| m. by 36£ in. 

B. VAN DEN BOSSCHE. 

3 -/j - 6 118 An Interior, with numerous figures regaling 

23 in. by 29J in. 

NEEFS. 

3* _ T - o 119 The Terrace of a Palace, with figures conversing in the 
foreground 

On panel — 19 \ in. by 25 h in. 



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J. EUSSELL, E.A. 

/ 6 - / c? - v 220 Portrait of Mrs. Beown, in white lawn head-dress and 

black cape trimmed with lace, seated, holding a baby on 
her lap ; curtain background 

Signed, and dated 1783 

35 in. by 28 in. 

J. EUSSELL, E.A. 

S~^ /S~~~ 121 Portrait of Eev. Thomas Clarke, D.D., in dark gown 

with white bands, seated, turning over the leaves of a 
book ; the church seen in the background is Ohesham 
Bois, in Buckinghamshire, of which he was Incumbent 
35J in. by 'H\ in. 



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A. F. BODEWYX^. 

122 A Cavalry Engagement 
14J in. by 2±h in. 



SIE W. BEECHEY, E.A. 

if^ - ^ - o 123 Portrait of Henry Cowper, Esq., in dark dress with 

white cravat 
29 in. bv 24 in. 



G. VAX TILBOECH. 
/ _ / / _ o 1^4 A Marriage Feast 



32 in. by 37 in. 



EAELY ENGLISH SCHOOL. 
/ Cd _ f o — o 125 Portrait of a Lady, in blue dress with white lace fichu ; 

jewelled necklace 

Oval — 28 in. bv 24 in. 



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HOGAETH SCHOOL. 



^ _vj 126 Portrait of Peg Woffington, in white satin dress, and 
lace cap. In an oval 
29 in. by 24 in. 



A. GRIEF. 

v^ JH-- ^ 127 Dead Game — a pair 

15| in. by 13^, in. 



JAN STEEN. 

HO - s ~~ u 128 An Interior, with two cavaliers and a lady seated by a 
table 

On panel — 19 m. by 14| in. 



EUYSOH. 

6^5~^ (j 129 Flowers in Sculptured Vases — a pair 2 

291 in. by 22| in. 

I. MOUCHERON. 

J-~l lr~- ° 130 Classical Ruins, with a garland of flowers ; and A 
Peasant-Woman, with sheep and goats 2 

On panel 



A. BOSSCHAERT. 

&* ~ 1 ' ~~ ^ 131 Flowers in a Vase ; and Travelling Figures and 

Animals resting before an Inn, after P. Wouverman 

On panel 2 



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WILSON. 

J" -/;? _g 132 A Lake Scene, with a castle on a hill; figures in the fore- 
ground 

63| in. by 45 \ in. 



J. WOOTTON. 

f v — /v -* 133 Portrait of a Eacehorse, with jockey up; in the back- 
ground is a view of Newmarket Eacecourse, with 
numerous racehorses, state carriages and figures 
108 in. by 146 in. 
From the Collection of the Duke of Sutherland, 1908 



SIE H. EAEBUEN, E.A. 

t v t-~ _ __ 134 Portrait of Mrs. Moir, of Leckie, nee Ann, daughter of 

Charles Stewart, Esq., of Ardsheal, wife of Eobert Graham, 
Esq., of Callender and Boquhapple, who assumed the 
name of Moir on succeeding to the estate of Leckie 

In dark green dress, and white lace cap and frills, 
seated in a crimson chair, with her hands crossed in front 
33f in. by 26J in. 



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The following are Sold by Order of the Executors 
of J. W. DUFF! ELD, Esq., deceased, late of 
1 Palace Place Mansions, Kensington, W. 

DRAWINGS. 

C. BAILEY. 
I ^ f _ v 135 Holland House; and Old Eanelagh House 2 



£_- ^-° 



i 13 



OTTO WEBEE. 
136 By the Sea 

131 i n , by 231 i n . 



PICTURES. 

CEAESBEECK. 



u _~fH- — k 137 The Interior of a Tavern, with boors smoking and 
drinking ; A Barn, with card-players — on panel ; and 
Figures before an Inn — on panel 3 



F. FEANCKS. 
f~" J 5~- 6 138 Joseph and his Brethren — on copper) Tobias and the 
Angel, and The Expulsion from Eden, by Cantarina 
— a pair, on alabaster 3 



GEEEAETS. 

£_/& ~ 6 139 Portrait of a Gentleman, in dark dress and white ruff; 
and Portrait of a Gentleman, in white dress, holding 
his gloves in his left hand 2 

On panel 



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W. S. KING. 
. _u _o 140 Chelsea Old Church; and Chelsea Ferry 2 

SCHOOL OF MOSTAERT. ! 

§*-_ f v7 ^v 141 A Triptych : In the centre The Nativity ; on the dexter 
wing the Donor, in dark dress, kneels at prayer, with 
Saint John behind, and on the sinister wing is the 
Female Donor, with Saint Elizabeth ; the outsides of the 
wings are decorated in grisaille with The Annunciation 
On panel — centrepiece 23 in. by 17^ in. 



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C. TOWNE. 

__ <? 142 A Farm-Cart, with horses and a sleeping peasant ; The 
Ford; and A Farmyard 3 

On panel 



FINIS 



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Great jWindmill Street, W., and Duke Street, Stamford Street, S.E 



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